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How Do I Set Up My DCX2496 Unit?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SETUP CONFIGURATION: Sets up the unit's global configuration and operating preferences.

 

  • SETUP IN/OUT - Sets up the unit for output configuration, stereo linking

  • SETUP DELAY CORRECTION/AUTO ALIGN - Sets up the auto align feature and delay correction

    • For AUTO ALIGN, press OK to continue

    • Unmute all outputs to auto-align

    • Adjust noise level.

  • SETUP/COPY - Copies settings from one output to another

  • PAGE LOCK - Password protects a specific page. Press the JOG WHEEL to turn on and enter a password

  • GLOBAL LOCK - Password protects the entire unit. Press the JOG WHEEL to turn on and enter a password

  • MISCELLANEOUS - Various settings for MIDI, contrast adjustment, and other preferences. Use the parameter key to select parameter, use the JOG WHEEL to edit parameter, press PARAMETER key to move to the next one.

 

RECALL KEY

 

Recalls preprogrammed settings, also loads settings stored in PMCIA card. This is the best way to change settings quickly for various ?standard? configurations.

  • Use the JOG WHEEL to select INT (internal) or CARD (PMCIA card)

  • Press the PARAMETER keys to select a preset configuration

  • Press OK key to change, CANCEL key to cancel

 

SUM KEY

  • Sets up the inputs in SUM (combined), all adjustments such as delay, EQ, and dynamic eq are available and applicable to the summed inputs.

 

INPUTS CONFIGURATION

By selecting the input configuration, it's possible to tailor specific settings to that input. Select the INPUT. The first page of the menu indicates where that input is routed to.

  • INPUT GAIN ADJUSTMENT - Adjusts gain in dB. Use the JOG WHEEL to adjust the gain level.

  • DELAY ADJUSTMENT - Adjusts the delay time for the input. Use the JOG WHEEL to turn on the DELAY, use the parameter key to select the DISTANCE/TIME parameter, and edit it using the JOG WHEEL

  • EQ - Use the JOG WHEEL to turn it on. Use the parameter key to select the type of EQ, frequency, gain, and other adjustments. Use the JOG wheel to adjust, then press the parameter key to move to the next one.

  • DYNAMIC EQ - Same adjustment procedure applies as above

  • DYNAMIC EQ (dynamics adjustments) - Adjusts the specific dynamic adjustment of the EQ, such as threshold, ratio, attack, and release.

 

OUTPUTS CONFIGURATION

  • GENERAL - Selects INPUT source, output gain , and names the output. Use the parameter keys to select and the JOG WHEEL to edit individual settings.

  • X-OVER POINTS - Selects the crossover point and other parameters for the selected output. Use the parameter key to select, and the JOG WHEEL to edit.

  • EQ - Selects the EQ parameters for the selected output. Adjust in the same fashion as the input parameters.

  • DYN-EQ - Adjusts the dynamic eq parameters for the selected outputs.

  • DYN-EQ DYNAMICS - Dynamic adjustment of the dynamic eq

  • LIMITER - Adjusts the LIMITER settings. Select the parameter with the PARAMETER keys, use the JOG WHEEL to edit.

  • POLARITY/PHASE - Sets the polarity, and selects degrees of phase

  • DELAY - Sets the alignment delay between all the outputs.

 

MUTE CONFIGURATION

  • Mutes and unmutes all outputs.

  • MUTE SELECT - Selects and deselects all mute in/out. Use the parameter keys to select and select the MUTE ALL OUTS and press the OK to mute, CANCEL to unmute. also applies to muting the inputs.

 

STORE MENU

  • Allows for storage of presets and settings, formats the PMCIA card, deletes settings, and copies settings from one to another. Also password protects presets.

 

RECALL MENU

  • Recalls and applies presets, either internal or stored in the PMCIA card.

     

     

    FACTORY RESET PROCEDURE

    • With the DCX2496 powered off, press and hold both PAGE keys and power up the unit.

    • At the prompt, press OK. The display defaults to the ROUTING page

     

    All functions or menus start out with the INPUT/OUTPUT routing page. The ROUTING page shows which input the signal is coming into, which output it?s routed to, and the crossover points for those outputs (indicated as CONFIG). The CONFIG is usually described by L (low), M (medium), H (high).

     

 

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